using my Zazzlit Gadget for profit
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Picture Gallery sites
Here on my main website I have a gallery of
images. It's generated automatically from a database of images and a
template. It was a piece of cake to put on each image page a MyZazzlit
to show just the products in my store made with that image.
Have a look at my mono gallery if you like.
Any ideas of your own?
If you have your own ideas or you've managed to
use it on other social sites / blogs, let me know and I'll update this
page and credit you. Email me on highton-ridley [obfuscated at]
into their webpage and who are only a little afraid ;).
for your Zazzlit once, it can be easier to change a copy of it rather
than to go through the above rigmarole each time you want a new one.
easier this way if you just want to fine-tune your search
Here's what it looks like. I've broken down the
about the highlighted items.
So here are the paramaters explained, drawn from
- HightonRidley- this is the storename, so
replace with your own.
- If you don't want to search a specific store
but across the whole of the Zazzle Market Place, leave out the
- qs - this is the query string. Replace with
own. If yo uare using more than one word, use %2B instead of a space
(it translates to a '+' symbol)
- If you don't want to limit the returned
results by using a query string, leave out
- ps - pagesize (i.e. number of items) 100 is the
- bg - background colour in RRGGBB, eg 000000 is
black FFFFFF is white
- st - sort type: value can be "popularity" or
- sp - Sort period, used for "popularity" sort
types, value can be: 0=over the history of the gallery, 1=today, 7=this
week, 30=this month
Right now in Nov 09, the results seem to stay the
whatever value I use.
To be sure, always use '0'. I guess this will work properly
Zazzle fixes it, or maybe I've just misunderstood—much more
- isz - imagesize: the size of the product images
to be delivered in the feed. This parameter may be set to
“tiny", "medium", "large", or "huge”.
- at - associate tag: your associate ID. This
makes sure that you get any commissions arising when someone clicks the
image to get to the relevant product and buys one (or comes back and
buys within 40 days - unless they visit Zazzle / a sore / a product via
someone else's in the meantime).
If you don't know yours, you can
get it from your store—look it up here
- The last of the highlighted items are to do
with the gadget itself.
- New! up_TrackingCode:
a tracking code that will display in your Earnigs tab under the
Referral History report when popl buy after following your link. Make
one up that you will recognise.
- New! up_ReferrerCode:
Use the same code here (your referrer-id) as you did for "at" above.
- w: the width of the gadget. 200 works nicely
for medium sized images (the ones I've been using here).
- h: the height of the gadget. 220 works for
one, 434 for two.
- title: the text displayed at the top of the
gadget. No, you can't change the text colour; this is a limitation of
this type of gadget.
- There are other parameters you can use,
including pt (product type, such as mug, keychain and skateboard).
Please see the official Zazzle guide for more on
Whew! You've made it to the end. Well done you!
You've learned how to
- Add the Zazzlit Gadet to your blogger blog in
two different ways
- Get the code to put your gadget anywhere you
- How to create image-based borders (skins) for
hope you have great success with the Zazzlit Gadget. I'd be delighted
to hear how you get on, so leave
comment on my store wall if you like.
If you've found this useful, please recommend it
to your Zazzler friends! It'll be a great help to me. Thanks :)
If you found it really, really useful and easy to
follow, come and buy
from my store.
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